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Page 13 text:
There were ten Fr-shmen Girls in Sept
under the direction of Miss Ogden in the
Science room. Shirley Stevens and Rene
Austin joined the class from Brooktondale
Laura Moore moved ln Nov. and Jetty Hoyt,
from Uwego, joined the group. At midterm
Katherine Rice Georgia Andrews and D6fO3
thy Knight entered from the eighth grade
after passing preliminary requirements
The Freshmen boys in Miss Stah1's
homeroom the language room numbered elev
en in the fall. Rooert Johnson and Niles
English entered from Urooktondalc. Leon
Kennedy. entered early in September from
Newark Valley, 'followed by Oscar Huffman
from Ohio in December. Oscar left the
class ln march to ,return home. bale Kel
sey, Walter McHale, dill Staubach, and Ev-
erett Vergason entered the ranks after
midterm- The Freshmen have IOOZ member-
ship in the Students' Association and in
Hello, recognize us? Yes, we're the?
work behind us E
There are 27 enrolled in our class Q
new that Ruth some and Paul Jantz have lf
left Instead of the old study hall forma
our home room, we are back in the old
elbhth grade room next to the new 1ibrary'e
under the supervision of hiss Grippln f
The following are our class officers,Qf
Pres. Edward Winnick, Vice pres. Edward
Osovski, Sec. Helen Anderson, Trees. Joyce H
whi tney , -fi
Our class shows a fine school spirit S
because of its memberships in the extra-
curricular activities. There are three on Q
on the varsity, seven in orchestra, ten in 'f'2'2 5
glee club, some in homemaking club and the
F'.F'.A. and we have IOO'jZ membership in the
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lies Odgen, I. homes, S. Sindn,
2nd rain C. Bauer, F. Bruolmak,P.
TEST. Anderson, D. Barrows, L.
Kennedy, K. Rice, S. Stevens.
3rd rowg W. Mcflale, R. Johnson,
Irdxin, N. English, 0. Huffman,
N. Sullivan, W. Staubaoh, E. Ver-
gason, F. Estelle.
4th row: E. Quick, B. Hoyt, G.
ix-ers, D. Kelsey, R.Ho1lenbeek,
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E. Lovejoy, S. Knldon, T. Trevor,
E. Johnson, J. Whitney.
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H'TAKd?z-son, E. Dance, J. Donoo,
E. Ylngenedor, H. Compton, A. Cur-
tislr, A. su-nt.
5rd row: E. Craig, L. Baehynski,
'5TYTnE1ck, J. Jennings, J. Jon-
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the junior varsity basketball team, four
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This year there were thirty-eight
pupils under the able direction of Mr.
Most of us have had fun learning the
Grand March, Virginia Reel, and some new
square dances. We hope to round dance la-
ter in the year.
One day in the first semester the
girls had a party for the boys. Games and
refreshments were enjoyed.
We have become acquainted with our
next yearls teacher, Miss Lucy Gooding,be-
cause she taught our mathematics for the
gmgmost of the year. She will be our teacher
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that is, if we have good luck.
The boys are quite excited because
this is their first year of basketball in-
tramurals. There are six teams made up of
seventh and eighth grade boys. There is
quite a little debate over which team is
Sydney Bolton had her third birthday,
EHEFebruary 29th. Sounds kind of young for
the seventh grade, doesn't it?,
lit row QL. to R.J P. Hull, V. De
Wolf-If M. craig, s. Bolton, D.
Weber, D. VenEtten, D. Thomas.
?xf1'Fe:g R. Schumacher, 1.KI'9.Fi0,
FSmr'lor, J. Ferris, llr.Brooks,
C. Sykes,-B. Chaffee, I. Wilk.
5rd row: J. VanDerPoo1, T. Bebel,
F:-Tgirski., R. Anderson, H.Cher-
Ink, F. Lindsey, A. Manning, A.
Silvernail, B. Ward, J. Rushane,
4th row: R. Clark, M. Whitcomb,
JT-Hrewer, L. VanDerPoo1, A. Wag-
eneder, C. Sezesny, B. Parker, J.
Waters, R. Clark, J. Kansa
Ist row QL. to R.l H- Krauss, J.
Wflllims, C.Andrews, B. Van Gold-
er, Miss Gooding, J. Embody, J.
Whitney, R. Seeley.
2nd row: R. Slate, E. O'Connor,
-IT'V'eTrEesen, E.su111van, B.Ahsrt,
J. Blinn, F. Cook, J. Doane, C.
Hilbert, W. Richards.
Q52-521: R. Ries, D. Berg, E,
Sczesny, W. Doane, E. Stone, M.
Kilpatrick, V.Herris, K. Johnson,
The eighth grade started out the new
year in the old study hall under the fahhr
ful guidance of Miss Gooding.
We had twenty-one boys and twelve
girls. There were three sub-academics.
Seven received Preliminary certificates in
January. At the present there are twenty
seven members in the eighth grade.
We had a late Christmas party this
year because of school being closed. We
also had a Valentine party at whichtwo
teams of boys from the room played a game
of basketball. We had refreshments and ex-
Two boys, Earl Storm and Walter Deana
play on the Junior Varsity.
All of the members except one belong
to the Student Association. That is an
usually high percentage.
There are eighteen members belonging
to the Junior Red Cross.
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Page 14 text:
RLMEMBEH YOU'RE JUNIORSIII
Wait For me Maryn
Pistol Packin' Maman
Betty Vergason--Bet . H
Don't Sweetheart Me
nLong Ago and Far Awayu
Dorothy Gri dley-- Gridley
I'll Wait for You
Marian Slate--Mary Ann
'Happy in Loven
Please Think of Men
It's Love, Love, Leven
Have I Stayed Away too
A Horse That Knows The
nMy Heart Tells Me'
'Take it Easyn
WNo Love No Nothingu
uCuddle Up a Little Clos
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I Couldn't Sleep a Wink Last Nightw
Say a Prayer for the Boys Over There
Coming in on a Wing and a Prayeru
Way Back Homeu
There is a man power shortage in the
junior class with only two boys and eight-
Under the supervision of Miss Kennedy
the class met in September to elect
officers. Those elected were Pres., Gene
Chryslerg Vice pres., Bruce Richards: Sec-
retary, Betty Vergason and Treasurer,
The junior class is a very active
class- Everyone belongs to the Students'
Association. During the Students' Assoc-
iation drive the juniors tied with the
freshmen and were both awarded with lolli-
pops. The majority of the girls belong to
the glee club and the homemaklng club.
Three of them are in the orchestra. Both
of the boys belong to the F.F.A. Bruce is
on the,Jy. varsity and Gene is on the
The junior class decided not to have
a junior play this year. Instead they
sponsored movies and sold soft drink after
the movies and basketball games.
The junior class bought their rings
this year in case they could not get them
next year. Everyone who ordered a ring
had to have at least eight units. '
GEMS FROM JUNIOR ENGLISH
A colon is used often in poems to make
the reader stop before continuing. A
semi-colon is used also in a poem for the
reader to hesitate before finishing the
nThe Man Under the Yolkn is an essay by
"Laying Away at Night" is a poem by Stewart
G. Chrysler: NYou wouldn't give anyone
the devil for something they didn't do
would you? Or would you?n
Teacher: nNo, why?u
G. Chrysler: U'Cause I haven't got my
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